Tragic loss of Teagasc's John Finnan
John Finnan of Teagasc will be sadly missed by the tillage fraternity, his colleagues at Oak Park but most of all by his family.
'We’re not listening to tick-box men in Brussels' - Mulkear river scheme
The launch of the scheme was well attended by farmers from the local area.
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Life gets much easier for a suckler farmer in Co Clare
Paul Crowe is a farmer who needed better calving facilities. He realised that outside of the traditional financing methods, there are more suitable options available, including the Cultivate loan.
Advisers call for extension of Knowledge Transfer programme
The Agricultural Consultants Association has called for the KT programme to be extended and for its members to be provided with a structured training programme.
Farmers face 10ppl milk price drop in event of 'dairy doomsday'
Dairy farmers in Northern Ireland face a doomsday scenario if there is a no-deal Brexit, according to the Dairy Council NI.
Dawn and ABP go their own way at world's largest food and drink show
Dawn join ABP in going solo at Anuga while the South American meat industry's presence is huge.
What could the budget do for farmers?
Next week's budget is an opportunity for the Government to invest in the providers of raw material to keep our processing industry supplied.
Dairy management: last chance for milk recording
Now is the time to arrange the last milk recording of the year, writes Aidan Brennan.
Farmers face 10ppl milk price drop in event of 'dairy doomsday'
Dairy farmers in Northern Ireland face a doomsday scenario if there is a no-deal Brexit, according to the Dairy Council NI.
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The long-term solution for dock control
Where docks are a problem in silage swards, it pays to control them before the silage is cut. When it comes to your choice of herbicide, DoxstarPro is a highly effective product for controlling docks.
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Life gets much easier for a suckler farmer in Co Clare
Paul Crowe is a farmer who needed better calving facilities. He realised that outside of the traditional financing methods, there are more suitable options available, including the Cultivate loan.
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Leading renewable energy show returns with dedicated farm diversification advice
Energy & Rural Business Show Ireland comes from the creators of Energy Now Expo Ireland which will celebrate three years of success in October 2019.
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Kick Start supplier development at Lidl
In 2017, Lidl developed Kick Start, a supplier development programme in conjunction with Bord Bia to give Irish food and drink suppliers the chance to showcase their products and grow their business
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Listowel Races: it’s a feeling
The Race is on … to Munster’s biggest and best harvest racing festival. Listowel will host its 161th harvest racing festival from Sunday to Saturday 8 to 14 September.
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Profits marginally up at Aryzta
The Swiss-based food company is currently making cost savings and off-loading businesses to stabilise the company.
Dawn Farms buys German cooked meat company
Dawn Farms - Europe's largest producer of cooked meats and sausage products such as pepperoni, salami and chorizo - has acquired a cooked meat business in Germany.
Kepak set for change with new boss
It looks like a new boss will be unveiled at the Clonee-based meat processor in the coming days.
Aryzta to sell its stake in French food company Picard
The owners of Cuisine de France announced this morning it is to sell its stake in French frozen food company.
Tractors to take a spin for children's charity
The Bracknagh Tractor Run will continue helping some of Ireland’s sickest children.
Gorey Hospital Tractor Run takes place this Sunday
All vehicles are welcome to the run which is meeting at 12.30pm at the 'Bunker Bar'.
Tractor run in aid of Gorey Hospital takes place this Sunday
All roads lead to the Bunker Bar in Co Wexford this Sunday 6 October for the first ever tractor and car run.
Watch: flying trade at first Goulding Hereford Opportunity pedigree sale
Shane Murphy reports from the first ever Goulding Hereford Opportunity sale in Roscrea, Co Tipperary.
159ac state-of-the-art dairy farm
This unique opportunity presents farmers with the chance to secure a fully functioning dairy farm.
Rare 191ac Longford block
The farm is being offered in two seperate adjoining blocks.
Mid-size properties show west Corks contrasts
Pat Maguire, Skibbereen has two west Cork properties in the 50-60ac bracket. Typical of their localities, they demonstrate the land type variability’s of the region.
Watch: state-of-the-art robot shed for greenfield site
The impressive development has placed cow comfort as vital to the design. William Conlon reports.
Tragic loss of Teagasc's John Finnan
John Finnan of Teagasc will be sadly missed by the tillage fraternity, his colleagues at Oak Park but most of all by his family.
2019 EU cereal output recovers
EU cereal output appears to have recovered from 2018 levels.
Tillage farmers continuing protest at Glanbia gates
The IFA is leading a protest of tillage farmers outside the gates of two Glanbia mills.
IFA stage Glanbia grain protest
The organisation has criticised the grain price on offer.